The New York Times posted a $ 33.9 million (43 cents per share) loss for the third quarter ended Sept. 30. For the same period last year, the company had a net profit of $ 7.9 million (3 cents).
The mouse roared louder than the lion last Friday when a Los Angeles Superior Court judge gave Walt Disney Studios the right to continue using the Disney-MGM name and logo on film product coming out…
Add Mitsubishi Corp. to the list of foreign investors taking a piece of the entertainment industry. The Japanese trading company is spending $ 26 million for Japanese TV rights to a cache of 180 to…
Madonna and Woody Allen will compete against 1991 winner Sinead O'Connor for this year's Sour Apple Award of the Hollywood Women's Press Club.
Canadians are voting today to decide whether to accept a complex document that would overhaul the constitution.
Director Spike Lee doesn't expect trouble when "Malcolm X" opens Nov. 18, but he knows some exhibitors are nervous about it, especially in Westwood, where violence marred the opening of "New Jack…
CBS Enterprises is expected to announce this week that it has sold off-net episodes of the reality series "Rescue 911" to cable's Family Channel in a deal estimated to be worth $ 15 million.
Florio Fiorini, Giancarlo Parretti's partner in the ill-fated acquisition of MGM, has been arrested on fraud charges in Switzerland stemming from the bankruptcy of Geneva-based holding company Sasea…
The American Film Institute has set March 11 as the date for its Life Achievement Award dinner at the BevHilton honoring Elizabeth Taylor, per AFI chairman Frederick S. Pierce. The tribute will be…
On the home stretch to Election Day, "Nightline" edged "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" in their common half-hour during the Oct. 12-16 Nielsen week, the first victory for the ABC news magazine since…
A new twist has been added to the controversial fin-syn fight, with the specter of a potential conflict of interest being raised over a federal judge's involvement in the rules' current battle in…